Pro Bash Programming: Scripting the GNU/Linux Shell (Repost)

ISBN: 1430219971

Category: Study

Posted on 2014-02-12. By anonymous.


Pro Bash Programming: Scripting the GNU/Linux Shell - Chris F.A. Johnson
2009 | ISBN: 1430219971 | PDF | 259 pages | 1.44 Mb

The bash shell is a complete programming language, not merely a glue to combine external Linux commands. By taking full advantage of shell internals, shell programs can perform as snappily as utilities written in C or other compiled languages. And you will see how, without assuming Unix lore, you can write professional bash 4.0 programs through standard programming techniques.
Complete bash coverage
Teaches bash as a programming language
Helps you master bash 4.0 features

What you’ll learn
Use the shell to write new utilities and accomplish most programming tasks.
Use shell parameter expansion to replace many external commands, making scripts very fast.
Learn to avoid many common mistakes that cause scripts to fail.
Learn how bash’s readline and history libraries can save typing when getting user input.
Learn to use features new to bash 4.0.
Build shell scripts that get information from the Web.

Who this book is for
Beginning Linux and Unix system administrators who want to be in full command of their systems.

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